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The Crucible: The Witchcraft Hysteria

   
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Title: The Crucible: The Witchcraft Hysteria
 
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If he would have done this the witch trials could have stopped there. Another way John Proctor could have contributed to this madness but his moral didn't let him occurs when at the end of Act IV he says he will confess to the law who he saw with the devil in order to save himself from dying or from imprisonment...
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Fortunately, John Proctor realizes this is wrong and he does not give the confession and he hangs because of it. Although eventually John Proctor did add to the hysteria a little, he still helped it stop. The last person I think was played a big part in the spirit of the witch hysteria is Governor Danforth...
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